Indoor Cycling Question

Discussion in 'Power Training' started by Vickeree, Mar 20, 2015.

  1. Power Meter City

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    You're still hammering on your CT? Awesome. You've gotten some miles out of that badboy.
     


  2. RapDaddyo

    RapDaddyo Well-Known Member

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    Absolutely! I can attest to the CT's durability. But, I'm bummed that I still don't have my altitude simulation equipment and I can't drop the temperature of my training room to 35F. That will have to wait for a new crib in the near future.
     
  3. Djordje87

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    Indoor cycling is good when you have snow outside and you don't want to get killed by a truck but you don't want to make big breaks of cycling. I am not very experienced in this area but I think that I know there is a difference between trainer and an indoor bike. The first is that thing you put on your normal bike and use it as an indoor bike and I like that one better than stationary bikes. Correct me if I was wrong about the name of this thing.
     
  4. oportosanto

    oportosanto Active Member

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    Yeah, that's a good situation, but where I live we don't have any snow, that is why no one cycles indoor.
     
  5. OursIsTheFury

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    If I get used to the current settings, the next time, I adjust it more, then I adapt to it. Just rinse and repeat when you feel like the strain and stress from the new settings are getting too easy for you. That's what I do.
     
  6. cycle93

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    Oh wow, I have so much respect for indoor cyclers.

    It is better in group (like spinning) or just alone like listening to music and stuff? Always wanted to try it, but I do not think that using my grandmother's cheap indoor bike for a few minutes is the same as using professional gear.
     
  7. dkrenik

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    I ride solo with my own 2 fans, television, boom box, and trainer (Lemond Revolution). I get to use the PM on my bike and log all the pertinent data. Spin classes have never appealed to me as I've my own training plan to execute on and there's never even close to enough fans. That and I lose the advantage of training with/by power.
     
  8. cycle93

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    Yeah I had similar problems with spin class at the end. Sometimes it is better to exercise or train in your own routine and style. Also I can get easily frustrated around other people.
     
  9. parvin Helen

    parvin Helen New Member

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    For indoor cycling I can suggest you one of the best Indoor cycle bikes Here you will find lots of indoor cycle. The quality and price both are quite impressive.
     

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